W.A.R. on ‘It Could Be You’ KABF 88.3 FM, Arkansas

From W.A.R. Facebook  –  “It Could Be You”, a talk-radio program on Little Rock, Arkansas, station KABF 88.3 FM (“The Voice of the People”) airs Wednesdays 2:00–3:00 PM Central Time.

“It Could Be You” is a forum through which social justice organizations, criminal justice reform organizations, community activists, and persons and organizations providing help to those in need can discuss their work, their goals, and how the public can contact them, offer their assistance, or more effectively reach out to the underserved in the community, the state, or across the nation. This program welcomes guests who work to increase knowledge of and/or advocate reforms in fields including but not limited to social services, ensuring public safety, homelessness, ex-felons’ re-entry into society, and the problems and controversies surrounding sex offender laws and issues. Guests and topics that currently or will in any way touch on situations, problems, and the need for social justice and reforms within the KABF listening area are especially welcome.

On Wednesday, March 12, 2014, “It Could Be You” welcomes Vicki Henry and Kimberly DuBina, who are vital driving forces for Women Against the Registry (WAR). Arkansas Time After Time (ATAT) executive director and Arkansas WAR “go-to person” Carla Swanson will join program host John S. in-studio to discuss what WAR is all about, the work WAR does, and how WAR raises public awareness about the seriously flawed laws concerning sex offenders and the impacts such laws have on registrant families.

Anyone outside the KABF broadcast area can access “It Could Be You” by visiting www.kabf.org and clicking on the live streaming link.

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I’d like to get my hands on the recording. Anyone have this? I’ve tried poking around the website.. but it’s not easy to find. Do they keep recordings of past shows?